On March 5, 2014, an Administrative Judge issued a Decision in which he determined that an individual’s access authorization should not be restored. In reaching this determination, the Administrative Judge found that the Individual had not resolved concerns under Criterion L regarding misuse of a government issued credit card (GCC) and a false statement given to his supervisors concerning his misuse of his GCC. At the hearing, the Individual presented the testimony of three supervisors and a team leader to prove that he had resolved his financial problems that led his misuse of the GCC and his overall good character. However, the Individual failed to present sufficient evidence to to totally resolve all concerns arising from his recent financial problems. Additionally, the Administrative Judge found that the Individual had failed to present sufficient evidence to resolve the Individual’s submission a false report as to the extent of his misuse of his GCC. Because the Individual had not resolved the Criterion L concerns raised by his misuse of his GCC or his submission of a false statement, the Administrative Judge determined that the Individual’s access authorization should not be restored.
Richard Cronin - Administrative Judge